Will you help Serve At Risk Families??

Last Wednesday I had “one of those days” in ministry.  Let me explain what I mean by that because it wasn’t “one of those days” we sometimes have in our careers or “one of those days” that you sometimes have dealing with other people.  By “one of those days” I mean it was one of those […]

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Meet the Mercado Family!

So, just the other day I realized that after our “surge” of introducing families to our readers last year, we never introduced any other family!  Today we want to share with you a family we have been working very close with over the past year. Meet Olga and her 3 kids!  Olga is a woman […]

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The Lopez-Ordoñez Family

These three children have had a traumatic experience at such a young age.  Their father, Erick, is an alcoholic.  Their mother, Madeleine, left because their father is physically and emotionally abusing her.  After the divorce, the children went to live with their mother but she was unable to support them.  Shortly thereafter, Erick married his […]

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A New Kind of Job

As I sat down in the familiar barber’s chair and looked around at Marine Corps memorabilia I heard a welcoming question from a voice I haven’t heard in quite sometime, “done for the day?” I thought for a second as I have tried to make sure I honestly answer casual questions instead of reactively giving […]

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SARF Trip!

Hi everyone! Thank you all so very much for your prayers for the trip to Guatemala that the Serving At Risk Families (SARF) liaisons took last week.  It was a huge success!  There were many great meetings.  There was a lot of beneficial information obtained that will be very useful for the ministry.   After […]

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